I'm a (web) software developer from Nuremberg/Germany, currently working on some ASP.NET MVC Projects.

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comment Linq query builder
Some further expanation Tim: We use some kind of Specification pattern to build query expressions in our Project. The specification is a required artifact for the builder and for cases where it's not required, there is a TrueSpecification which is basically a () => true expression. In our situation, it works well for the EF.
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comment Linq query builder
Yes Tim, I mean that in case of Entity Framework, the SQL Command is optimized
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comment ListBox grouping and LINQ
This is not going to work out of the box. So the short answer is No. But the ListBox supports Grouping of ungrouped Data out of the box. You will find tutorials where this is solved ( wpf-tutorial.com/listview-control/listview-grouping ). I don't see any need for LINQ here.
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answered Query nested documents with C# MongoDB
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comment Javascript - Calculate age
You set the year to either 1900 or to 2000. You mean more something like "var year = 1900 + yy" and same for 2000.
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comment Javascript - Calculate age
I like this one: stackoverflow.com/a/15555947/265165 this is the shortest answer you can get.
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comment Parse Javascript date to C# DateTime, FF data is other then Chrome date
Alternatively, you can try to use milliseconds/seconds as the common base, see: stackoverflow.com/a/1877827/265165
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comment ASP.NET MVC bypass/simulate ws-federation/claims-based authentication
Thanks, yes I know that, but it wouldn't bypass the whole redirection process, and I was hoping to get rid of that, the stress-test scenario would work much better without that
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comment c# asp.net selective locking between multiple instances
Thank you, while this is a first approach, it's not exactly what I want, because it's actually not locking. Here, the method assumes that when the lock is set for the given giftId, it should return because "someone claimed it just now". This assumption is not inevitably right. (in this simplified scenario maybe, but imagine this is maybe not claimed for free but sold, and the process would also check the user's balance etc.)
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comment c# asp.net selective locking between multiple instances
web-farm is a good point. But maybe it still has not to be at database level. It just has to be a level "global enough" across the instances... just some thought.
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comment c# asp.net selective locking between multiple instances
@hazimdikenli OK I already implemented this kind of optimistic concurrency in EF before, but It's just not the same, this one is about attempting to prevent this scenario at all, plus the Repository is neither EF nor SQL Server (Currently, its MongoDB but I don't want this solution to be Database-specific)
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